Chicago Q

Row 1

Details
1160 N Dearborn St (at W Division St.)
Chicago, IL 60610
(312) 642-1160
BBQ, American
$ $
Hours
Mon–Thu, Sun: 11:00 AM–10:30 PM Fri–Sat: 11:00 AM–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • Food was delish but wine list is over priced for a Bbq joint
  • The Pulled Pork sandwich is delectable and "The Q" uses the PERFECT bun. Try it with the South Carolina Mustard sauce; I couldn't get enough. Is this the best Pulled Pork in Chicago? It might be.
  • They have bottomless mimosas here. I WILL be back for brunch. Oh, and the brisket sandwich is amazing but the baby back ribs are life changing.
  • Get some meat.
  • Try the Competition St. Louis slab from our 100 Best list: These ribs take two additional hours of labor because theyre pulled out of the smoker periodically to baste. These bones are killing it.
  • Finally found one item on menu that was horrible. The garlic shrimp on grilled polenta. Weird overly spiced (pepper-y in an unpleasant way). Only item I don't recommend
  • DON'T order the $3.00 soda. It's a MINI coke bottle with no refills!
  • @chicagoqBBq Omg, Dan is a great bartender/server. The shrimp and grits r 2 die 4 and the pickles & chips r amazing. It ended with a hot aromatic towel. Thnx!!!
  • One of the best bourbon lists in Chicago. Awesome mint juleps. Great food. Fantastic service.
  • Pretty good. Plenty food
  • St. Louis Ribs, Mac n cheese and Brussels sprouts.
  • I hope you came hungry! I would recommend the BBQ flight appetizer to get a feel of the different meats. Then I would get the Kobe ribs... expensive, but the best meat I have ever had!!
  • Gorgeous outdoor heated seating
  • $15 prefix 3 course lunch menu....amazing
  • This turkey day, the upscale Gold Coast barbecue joint is whipping up a delectable smattering of sides such as pork sausage and apple stuffing, as well as candied fingerling sweet potatoes.
  • Yummy pulled pork sandwich!
  • Score brunch with a delicious down-home BBQ twist at this Downtown destination. Try the sweet potato pancakes smothered in pecan butter and bourbon maple syrup, or the Kobe brisket eggs Benedict (!!).
  • Try the BBQ Flight - hits the stop.
  • The benedict flight at brunch is amazing and great for people who can't make up their minds. All the meats are present.
  • Don't miss the bacon-cheddar hush puppies served with chipotle mayonnaise -- fried, bacon-y, salty goodness all in one bite.